Emergency Education Registrar

  • Ramsay Health Care
  • Joondalup Health Campus, Shenton Avenue, Joondalup WA, Australia
Full time Health Care

Job Description

Temporary Full time and Part Time positions - 12 months 

Join our dynamic team and play a pivotal role in shaping the future of emergency education at Joondalup ED. As an Education Registrar, you'll collaborate with seasoned medical professionals to develop innovative educational materials and curriculum, tailored to the unique demands of emergency medicine.

With a focus on instructional design, you'll help create and deliver engaging teaching materials, organize workshops and courses, and facilitate simulation-based learning experiences. Additionally, you'll have the opportunity to pursue a Graduate Certificate in Health Professional Education at our expense, supported by dedicated guidance throughout your journey.

Benefit from a flexible roster designed to prioritise your well-being, with minimised night shifts to ensure ample time for rest and rejuvenation. Step into this rewarding role and lead the charge in advancing emergency education at Joondalup ED with your expertise and creativity!

Brief Summary of the job description:

  • 12-month appointment 0.5 FTE Special Skills post for Medical education.
  • Completion of logbook and education portfolio/project as per ACEM requirements
  • Supervised by FACEM consultants with extended qualifications in education, simulation, and debriefing.
  • Dedicated non-clinical time to pioneer new modalities in medical education.
  • Clinical FTE: undertakes clinical shifts overseeing the care of all patients, supervising junior doctors, and promoting the well-being of patients and staff.

Essential criteria:

  • Eligible for registration by the Medical Board of Australia.
  • Registered as a late phase Advanced Trainee with the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) or equivalent.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide medical education, including teaching, supervision, training and support to resident medical officers and interns.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, with ability to effectively engage with patients, families, medical students, junior doctors and staff at all levels.
  • Active participation in continuing medical education, including regular performance reviews to maintain and upgrade knowledge & skills
  • Engagement with the Australian Curriculum Framework for junior doctors 

Desirable criteria:

  • Proven leadership in Emergency team management, clinical decision making and patient flow.
  • Committed to enhancing patients outcomes through continuous improvement.
  • Dedicated to ongoing professional development in acute care medicine, including ALS, APLS EMST

About us

At Joondalup Emergency Department, we prioritise excellent work-life balance, offering ED registrars 7 days off every 6 weeks as written into the roster. With a vibrant team culture, easy consultant accessibility, and hands-on procedural experience across the spectrum of emergency medicine cases—including 20 to 25% paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, and trauma—Joondalup presents an exceptional opportunity.

For more details, visit www.joondaluphealthcampus.com.au.

To Apply

Provide a detailed CV with contact details of two referees and written statement addressing the Essential Criteria to [email protected].


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